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Interdisciplinary transport phenomena in the space sciences

Author: S S Sadhal
Publisher: Boston, Mass. : Published by Blackwell Pub. on behalf of the New York Academy of Sciences, 2006.
Series: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 1077.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Space shuttle experiments conducted over the last two decades have provided significant new insight into various physical phenomena under low-gravity conditions, and new developments in space  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: S S Sadhal
ISBN: 1573316156 9781573316156
OCLC Number: 70114551
Notes: "This volume is the result of a conference entitled Interdisciplinary Transport Phenomena in Microgravity and Space Sciences IV, held August 7-12, 2005, in Tomar, Portugal"--Page [vii].
Description: xiv, 682 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Effect of convection on the measurement of thermophysical properties using levitated droplets --
Microgravity experiments on the effect of internal flow on solidification of Fe-Cr-Ni stainless steels --
Study on internal flow and surface deformation of large droplet levitated by ultrasonic wave --
Containerless measurements of thermophysical properties of Zr54Ti8Cu20Al10Ni8 --
Noncontact thermophysical property measurement by levitation of a thin liquid disk --
Transient dynamics and directional solidification in space platforms --
Effect of input diffusivity in an axisymmetric mass diffusivity model for liquid metals with an applied magnetic field --
Developing quantitative, multiscale models for microgravity crystal growth --
Effect of microgravity and magnetic field on the metallic and crystalline structure of magnetostrictive SmFe2 synthesized by unidirectional solidification --
Convection effects on crystallinity in the growth of In0.3Ga0.7 as crystals by the traveling liquidus zone method --
Hypergravity as a crystallization tool --
Macromolecular crystallization in microgravity generated by a superconducting magnet --
Is crystal growth under low supersaturations influenced by a tendency to a minimum of the surface-free energy? --
Upside-down protein crystallization: designing microbatch experiments for microgravity --
Nucleation of protein crystals under the influence of solution shear flow --
An overview of challenges in modeling heat and mass transfer for living on Mars --
Heat and gas exchanges between plants and atmosphere under microgravity conditions --
Gas embolism and surfactant-based intervention: implications for long-duration space-based activity --
Numerical modeling of the transport to an intravascular bubble in a tube with a soluble/insoluble surfactant --
A microgravity experiment of the on-orbit fluid transfer technique using swirl flow --
Hydrostatic compressibility phenomena: new opportunities for near-critical research in microgravity --
Axisymmetric surface oscillations in a cylindrical container with compensated gravity --
Fluctuations in diffusion processes in microgravity --
Effect of gravity on the dynamics of nonequilibrium fluctuations in a free-diffusion experiment --
Preflight diffusion experiments on liquid metals under 1g conditions for the FOTON-M2 mission --
Double-layer thermocapillary convection in a differentially heated cavity --
An electrowetting microvalve: numerical simulation --
Numerical simulation of the spontaneous penetration of liquids into cylindrical capillaries --
Flow rate limitation in open capillary channel flows --
Analysis of heat and mass transfer during condensation over a porous substrate --
Direct computational simulations and experiments for film condensation inside tubes and channels --
Coalescence of bubbles translating through a tube --
Heat transfer enhancement by electric fields in several heat exchange regimes --
Using large electric fields to control transport in microgravity --
Canceling buoyancy of gaseous fuel flames in a gravitational environment using an ion-driven wind --
Augmentation of heat transfer on the downward surface of a heated plate by ion injection --
Numerical computation on magnetothermal air jet in gravitational and nongravitational fields --
Some parameter boundaries governing microgravity pool boiling modes --
Self-rewetting fluids: beneficial aqueous solutions --
Structure of high-performance evaporators for space application.
Series Title: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, v. 1077.
Responsibility: edited by S.S. Sadhal.
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